The new Apple iPad mini is on sale in Britain in late November, costing between £320 and £659.
The UK price comes straight from Apple, with the exact UK release date to be confirmed.
Where can I buy the iPad mini?
EE and Vodafone have confirmed they will sell the new iPad mini and iPad Air on 3G and 4G deals. Three will sell the new tablets too. You can also buy them from Currys and PC World.
SIM-free prices start at £320 for the iPad mini with Wi-Fi and 16GB of storage. For 32GB of storage, you'll pay £399, and for 64GB, £479. The 128GB model will set you back £559.
SIM-free prices with 3G and 4G options
Add a mobile data connection -- both 3G and 4G -- and you add a hundred quid to the cost -- so prices start at £420 for the iPad mini with 16GB of storage, followed by the 32Gb model for £499, and 64GB model for £579. Finally, the 128GB model will set you back a hefty £659. We expect to hear about 3G and 4G contracts and deals from UK phone networks shortly -- we will, of course, keep you posted.
Apple has added a much-requested Retina Display to the new iPad mini, giving the screen a high-resolution boost.
The new iPad mini was announced today alongside the new 9.7-inch iPad Air, which is half the weight of the current model. The iPad Air goes on sale on 1 November -- click here for the iPad Air UK prices and release date.
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Update: We've added details from the networks, and will continue to update this story as we get more information.